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Fantasy Horror writing - The Golden Man

I wrote a story for Patreon. It sends shivers up my spine. I saw this story unfold before my eyes and with my imaginative mind you can imagine how this scene played out: 541 more words


Book Review: "The Thief of Always"

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Clive Barker’s book “The Thief of Always” is a horror story for a younger audience. In it, a young boy, Harvey Swick, tired of school and being stuck in what feels like a never ending February, allows himself to be tempted by the mysterious Rictus to visit the holiday house, a place where its visitors, always children, have all their favorite foods, play all day, and are given whatever they want. 110 more words


Why I like Clive Barker So Much.

Quentin Tarantino once said that Clive Barker is the ‘Beatles of fiction’. High praise indeed from a creator who is on a par with Barker as a writer and filmmaker. 649 more words

Book Review: Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell - Paul Kane

First of all, what a great bloody cover this is! I have been thinking about cobbling together a short list of my top 5 books so far in 2016. 388 more words

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Red On The Tip of My Pen

I don’t know how this happened. I think about it a lot. That gets me nowhere.

“I’m writing a new novel I’m really excited about,” I said to Maya on the phone the other day. 841 more words


Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell (Part One)

“The world’s greatest detective meets horror’s greatest icons, what more could you want? Paul has been a significant voice on the horror scene for a while now and he’s steeped in Clive Barker’s hell-bound mythos. 1,849 more words


Blood Lines: A Collection of Horror Stories

“The dead of night, on a desert highway, Sarah McCall is on the road to freedom, escaping a life of government sponsored torture. If she drives non stop untill morning she’ll be free, but will an encounter with a biker reveal to her that no matter where she runs to pain will follow. 50 more words